Matt Singer plays tetherball with the solar system
Former Jack Spade creative director Matt Singer created his own label last year. Stylistically, it doesn’t stray to far from the items you’ll find at his previous employer, but I like what you could call the “upgrade” on certain items. That upgrade would be using American-made materials, and in the case of his shirts and belts, manufacturing as well.
The solar system label with the tetherball sun.
The tote is made from American waxed canvas and comes in white or olive green. I just find the label size, color, and placement a little too familiar.
His American-made oxfords come in solids and stripes, as well as long- and short-sleeves:
He does have a sweet collection of vintage watches for sale, like this 1940s Omega:
Matt has teamed up with eyewear designer Selima Salaun to form the Project Selima & Matt. They assist various art organizations through special projects. The first project was a magazine called the Thing Quarterly that is produced, well, quarterly. They also created a limited edition of glasses, which I think are a deal at $60: